Full Frame - Women’s Empowerment
Full Frame • 54m
More than a year since it started, the global pandemic is hitting women the hardest, from their income to their safety. So, why has COVID disproportionately impacted women?
Full Frame talks with Anita Bhatia, deputy executive director of United Nations Women and domestic violence. Full Frame talks with Anita Bhatia, deputy executive director of United Nations Women and domestic violence victim advocate, Natalia Otero about the toll the pandemic is taking on women.
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